Own them both for 5,712,000 Euros!
Released as an extremely-limited-edition at this year’s Geneva Motor Show in March, the three units of the Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse Legend Rembrandt Bugatti are destined to become some of the rarest production autos available today. As such, we were shocked to discover that two of these vehicles are currently parked at the same dealership in Munich, Germany, where they are both up for sale for the modest sum of 2.856 million Euros (or 5.712 million for both).
Interestingly enough, these cars were originally priced at 2,180,000 Euros, meaning that their price has already mushroomed by several hundred thousands in just a matter of months. This edition of the “Les Légendes de Bugatti” series pays tribute to Bugatti’s prodigal son, who willingly chose to stay out of the family business. Whether he would like the idea or not, it seems his name is now propelling some big business for automotive collectors around the world.